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Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window. News, insight and discussion on Sacramento and its neighborhoods By Ryan Lillis And Brad Branan One company is proposing to use more than 200,000 square feet of warehouses in the industrial Power Inn Road corridor of south Sacramento to cultivate, manufacture and distribute marijuana. The facility would be “Sacramento’s first truly integrated cannabis campus,” according to the firm’s application, and would occupy a large lot in a neighborhood where more than 80 groups have applied to open marijuana-related businesses. On the other side of town, an applicant this week asked to grow marijuana inside a 48,000-square-foot warehouse on a dead end street running off Del Paso Boulevard in North Sacramento. A separate city application was filed for two more warehouses on the same street last week, one of many pending requests in the neighborhoods north of the American River. Pot growers are flooding Sacramento with applications. Some areas say enough is enough

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